finite difference approach
find the response using the central difference method
Im having problems answering those questions. Please help me. Thank you.
how do you get the a to r relationship for a hcp crystal in order to get the apf?
The cylinder of a water-cooled reciprocating compressor contains 0.05m^3 of air at 1.01bar. It is compressed isothermally to 8.0 bar. Determine the work input and the amount of heat rejected to the compressor cooling water.
i need a charactristic curve of centrifugal pumpes
It is well known that the power consumed by a compressor can be reduced by cooling the gas during compression. Inspired by this, somebody propose to cool the liquid as it flows through a pump, in order to reduce the power consumption of the pump. Would you support this proposal? Explain.
Is there any direct method that can give actual poisson's ratio od rubber-like materials.
how many square millimeters are in 138cm2
what is a higher number 7.8E-05 or 2.8E-05
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